Scream - Came wihout warning (Live at the Black Cat)
Scream - Solidarity (Live at the Black Cat)
Scream - Human behavior (Live at the Black Cat)
Scream Live at Black Cat
Scream - Reunion - Black Cat DC
Live at the Black Cat is a live album by the American DC hardcore punk band Scream. It was released in 1998 on Torque Records. The album was recorded live at The Black Cat in Washington D.C. on December 28, 1996 at a Christmas reunion show. The band featured the original band line-up of Franz Stahl on lead guitar, his brother Pete Stahl on lead vocals, Skeeter Thompson on bass and Kent Stax on drums. Robert "Harley" Davidson, who was picked up by the band in the mid 80's during the recording of the band's second album "This Side Up" also performed on guitar on the recording. All material on the record was written by Franz and Pete Stahl with the exception of "No More Censorship" which was written by Davidson. Scream alumni drummer Dave Grohl who played with Nirvana/ and later Foo Fighters guest appeared as the drummer on "No More Censorship".